There’s nothing like an antique to make you feel old
I recently had cause to think back to some of my earliest summer childhood memories. Before I get into that, let me set the stage for my childhood memories.
It was a cotton-picking good time
I think there is a song somewhere that has a line in it that goes like this: “I wish I was in the land of cotton, old times there are not forgotten – Look away…”
HODGES: Don't let time pass you by
Summer is here!
OUR SPACE: Meteor shower? More like a drizzle…
During the last week of May a meteor shower called the Camelopardalids generated quite a bit of a buzz in the news media.
ORMC: The burning truth...
A lot of people believe indoor tanning is safe.
CURTAIN CALL: ‘Man of La Mancha’ tilts into Milledgeville
“To dream...the impossible dream, To fight...the unbeatable foe...”
ROWLAND: More than a name on a wall
In a former life, I was a high school principal.
RICHARDSON: Brunswick Stew recipe goes viral
I’m pretty sure that many of you think most of the stories in this space are, for lack of a better phrase, plain old whoppers, but I swear to you that today’s saga is one that is completely, utterly and mostly true.
DAVIDSON: The process of discovering LaToya
I'd like to think that I'm now in a more mature place to see what I couldn't in my youth.
CURTAIN CALL: 'Hay Fever' cast brings laughter with talent, practice
“My baby’s gentle, and she’s wild. She wears a button on her shoulder, saying I’m a flower child...”
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